Corrie star Bev Callard is planning to burn all her character’s clothes when she leaves the soap.
The 62-year-old, who first hit screens as the bubbly barmaid Liz McDonald in 1989, is leaving the cobbles this summer after more than 30 years.
Her character is famed for her cleavage-busting tops and over-the-top clobber.
But Bev has called the outfits “disgusting” in the past and has now pledged to set fire to Liz’s wardrobe on her last day in Weatherfield.
She said: “I’m filming my final Corrie scenes in July and I have no idea what will happen.
“The only thing I’ve been guaranteed is that Liz is not going to die. It would be really good if she found love and happiness, but I can’t see that happening.”
She added: “I’ll miss the failed romances and the feuds, but not the fashion. On my last day I will set fire to Liz’s wardrobe.”
When asked about Liz’s clothes on Loose Women in 2018 she said: “They are disgusting.
“Sometimes I go into the dressing room and the clothes are there and they’re just sort of laid on a chair for you to wear.
“And sometimes I look and think ‘I dare not set foot outside of this dressing room.’
Coronation Street's Bev Callard wants Liz McDonald and family to return in 2020
“They are horrific.”
The Corrie legend opened up last year about her ongoing battle with depression.
The star,62, has battled the crippling condition for three decades.
In the past she attempted to cope with drugs, but within just weeks she started to struggle and was pushed to the brink of suicide.
But despite her battles Beverley has been at the top of her fame for more than 35 years.
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